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The Claremont Report on Database Research
"In late May, 2008, a group of database researchers, architects, users and pundits met [] to discuss the state of the research field and its impacts on practice. This was [] distinguished by a broad consensus that we are at a turning point in the history of the field, due both to an explosion of data and usage scenarios, and to major shifts in computing hardware and platforms. Given these forces, we are at a time of opportunity for research impact, with an unusually large potential for influential results across computing, the sciences and society. This report details that discussion, and highlights the group's consensus view of new focus areas, including new database engine architectures, declarative programming languages, the interplay of structured and unstructured data, cloud data services, and mobile and virtual worlds. "
paper  project  DB  data  database  research  CS  ComputerScience  analysis  future  report  DBMS  conference  berkeley  cleremont  trends 
august 2008 by rafaeldff
Bill de hÓra: Phat Data
Bill de hÓra picks up Joe Gregorio's Megadata meme and proposes that the ultimate data architecture for internet-scale systems will be based on a distributed filesystem with keyed-data and location-independence.
BillDeHÓra  blog  post  article  data  information  database  db  dbms  FileSystem  FS  storage  SAN  distributed  systems  software  architecture 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
Interview with Michael Stonebraker
Michael Stonebraker: "What I see happening is that the large database vendors, whom I’ll call the elephants, are selling a one-size-fits-all, 30-year-old architecture that dates from somewhere in the late 1970s." (many more excellent tidbits in there)
MichaelStonebraker  interview  article  ACM  Queue  magazine  data  DB  DBMS  RDBMS  information  trends  MargoSeltzer  via:WernerVogels  streambase  streaming  EDA  events  OLTP  DataWarehouse  systems  performance  latency 
july 2007 by rafaeldff
Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | ETech '07 Summary - Part 2 - MegaData
Joe Gregorio on the need for a distributed, joinless, de-normalized, transcationless mega(giga?) database. Something like what Google has done with BigTable.
blog  post  article  JoeGregorio  DB  DBMS  data  database  information  transaction  performance  system  systems  software  BigTable  megadata 
april 2007 by rafaeldff
Bruce Lindsay Speaks Out
"on System R, Benchmarking, Life as an IBM Fellow, the Power of DBAs in the Old Days, Why Performance Still Matters, Heisenbugs, Why He Still Writes Code, Singing Pigs, and More" [interview on ACM SIGMOD]
article  pdf  interview  BruceLindsay  MarianneWinslett  DB  database  DBMS  RDBMS  databases  IBM  SystemR  history  performance 
march 2007 by rafaeldff
Damien Katz - Domino Sucks?
A former Lotus/IBM engineer talks about the mistakes made with IBM Workplace. One of them was to believe that the DB engine in Notes/Domino had to be replaced with a relational (DB2) backend.
blog  post  DamienKatz  IBM  Lotus  Notes  Domino  Workplace  groupware  project  SE  softwareengineering  software  engineering  management  information  data  database  DBMS  RDBMS  DB2 
december 2006 by rafaeldff
Johannes Ernst's Blog - Dan Pritchett and Randy Shoup: The eBay Architecture
"This week, I attended a very interesting presentation by Dan Pritchett and Randy Shoup, both senior technologists at eBay, on eBay's architecture. Some of it was as I would have expected, other things were, shall we say, counter-intuitive. Here is a rand
blog  post  presentation  ebay  software  architecture  java  j2ee  JavaEE  DanPritchett  RandyShoup  JohannesErnst  scalability  ha  availability  HighAvailability  reliability  db  dbms  cluster  clustering  casestudy  performance  scaling  web 
december 2006 by rafaeldff
Fragmental » Bases de Dados São Recursos?
Philip Calçado aborda de maneira interessante a distinção entre integration databases e application dbs. Insight legais sobre como uma integration db deve ser tratada como uma "third party" para os componentes/serviços de negócio, merecendo uma antic
blog  post  article  PhilipCalçado  Shoes  software  architecture  database  integration  SOA  EAI  ORM  DBMS  RDBMS 
august 2006 by rafaeldff

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